The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program provides food assistance to helps low-income households living in the united states to buy the food they need for good health.
Anyone earning 130% or less of the federal poverty level is eligible for SNAP. SNAP provides important nutritional support for low-paid working families, low-income older adults and people with disabilities living on fixed incomes.
SNAP's list includes fruits and vegetables, dairy products, bread, cereals, meat, poultry or fish, and other foods. Snap can be used to buy things that are used to make food. You can use manufacturer's coupons with your SNAP.
On average, SNAP participants received an estimated $127 per month per person in regular SNAP benefits. They received an additional $92 per month per person in temporary pandemic-related benefits,
Applicants who have been approved for SNAP benefits will receive an Electronic Benefit Transfer card in the mail. EBT card is a magnetic strip issued to eligible citizens on which benefits for programs